Law firm Fennemore Craig
has adopted the Apple Watch to help serve its personal injury clients in Denver. The law firm is using the watch in unique ways, including its digital touch and health monitoring features to meet both its clients' needs and its own needs.
"In the pilot program, a select number of Fennemore Craig clients are currently borrowing the Apple Watch, free of charge, as a part of the services they receive from the firm," explains Marc Lamber, of Lamber Goodnow
, the Fennemore Craig affiliate using the watches in cases. He adds that the digital watches are being loaned to Fennemore's clients only during the course of their case.
"The Fennemore Craig team has harnessed many of the watch's unique functions . . . to communicate in new, more personal ways while also advancing their business' operations and functionality," Lamber says. The device, for instance is being used with clients whose injuries have limited their abilities in mobility or communication.
"The Apple Watch helps us communicate with clients quickly and in ways never before possible," said James Goodnow, another lawyer with Fennemore. "We've witnessed first-hand the importance of fast, seamless communication with clients. Simply put, the Apple Watch takes communication to a new level."
The lawyers also use other electronic devices to communicate and monitor their clients' health, Lamber explains. He says they've used Google Glass, FitBits, iPads, and other tech tools, and that they reuse the devices after a case is settled. "Specifically, the Apple Watch integration also helps monitor, report and improve clients' physical, mental and emotional well-being," he says.
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